Black bear cubs take selfies at Appalachian Bear Rescue

Tennessee

TOWNSEND, Tenn. (WATE) – Three curious Black bear cubs discovered a new security camera in their pen at Appalachian Bear Rescue on Wednesday, making for some seriously sweet selfies.

The bear rescue nonprofit posted the selfies to its Facebook page Thursday, telling the story behind the adorable photos of “Boudreaux,” “Jessamine,” and “Beignet” Bears.

“We wonder if Boudreaux will torment the camera or forget about it completely. As it was, his experiments with cinematography came to an end when he tried to climb into the loft. Jessamine Bear, already happily ensconced, wouldn’t allow Mr. Boudreaux to enter,” ABR wrote in the post.

There are more photos to be seen, as well as some educational tidbits on the post:

How you can help the bears

If you’d like to donate to ABR, click the link below and choose “More Room in the Den” program.

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